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Today's News

  • Tennis team bounces Bourbon Co. for first win

    The Harrison County tennis team traveled to Bourbon County Monday night and came away with a sweep as both the girls’ and boys’ teams won.
    The Fillies won all of the matches that were included in the scoring taking the contest 5-0.  
    Alycia Schaum won the No. 1 match 8-0 over Tina Stieglitz, Megan Lopez eased past Fran Vandongen 8-4, Shelby Tucker edged Angelica Garza 6-4, and Autumn McGrew took a close one from Haley West 6-5.  

  • Church News

    ANTIOCH MILLS CHRISTIAN CHURCH

    The Walking Dead have a message for you: 

  • Community Calendar

    THURSDAY, March 29

    Spring Time Craft. Thursday, March 29 at 5 p.m. for ages 4 and up at the Cynthiana-Harrison County Public Library.

    SATURDAY, March 31

  • HCHS Track
  • School Menus

    April 2-6

    * Menus subject to change due to weather and delivery.

     

    BREAKFAST

  • Carr new football coach at HCHS

    When the search for a new football coach began at Harrison County, one name was heard often among the people who were on the outside looking in.  
    That name was Jim Carr.  
    Carr has been named and has accepted the job of head football coach at Harrison County High School and is beginning to move forward.  
    He began Monday afternoon by holding meetings with the returning high school and middle school players.  At each school the principal introduced Carr to the players.

  • Now it’s baseball season

    With baseball’s opening day only a little more that a week away (at the time of this writing), I am getting excited about another year of ups and downs for all of the fans of Major League Baseball.  
    There has been a great deal of movement by players from team to team in the off season and dollars thrown around like confetti.  
    During the time between the last out in the 2011 World Series and 2012 spring training, the Los Angeles Angels and Detroit Tigers alone spent more than one half billion dollars on player contracts.  

  • All Region Team
  • Sports beat

    Archers success continues with wins
    over Franklin County opposition
    Though the winter was mild, the Harrison County Archery teams still had a match that had to be made up due to icy weather conditions. This match was made up on March 17 when the middle school hosted Bondurant of Frankfort and the high school archers entertained the Western Hills Wolverine squad.  

  • Brown bankruptcy converted to Chapter 7

    Kay Brown, the estranged wife of Cynthiana businessman and former mayor Jim Brown, was granted a conversion from chapter 11 bankruptcy to chapter 7 last Friday in United States Bankruptcy Court, Eastern District of Kentucky in Pikeville.
    In chapter 7, a court-appointed trustee sells assets, and the debtor is discharged of debts rather than an individual reorganizing under court supervision in chapter 11.